Home Improvement + Gardening

in GEMS6 months ago

IMG_5612 2.JPG

That's badly needed storage space. It was a bit complicated to assemble particularly on the inside. For example, you had to drill holes for those handles. There was no room for error.

The floor is linoleum. Silent, soft and self-healing. Not a huge fan of the color, though.

IMG_5615 2.JPG

Quite a bit of cardboard to take to a collection point at the parking lot of a supermarket.

IMG_5617 2.JPG

This is not our house. It used to belong to a local sculptor. There is an entire park full of his statues in the city. I heard it was bought by a young couple after the sculptor passed away and they later sold it to a family. The floor space is about 400 m2. It must be expensive to heat.

IMG_5621 2.JPG

IMG_5624 2.JPG

IMG_5627.JPG

IMG_5630.JPG

IMG_5631 2.JPG

IMG_5635.JPG

I was hoping the cat would make funny faces for me.

IMG_5642 2.JPG

It would be a shame to waste all those gooseberries. You get tired of eating them all the time. Does anybody know any recipe that has them as an ingredient?

Sort:  

I was really happy with the pax cupboards we had at the apartment and will do the same for this place when the time comes - we have already narrowed the selection. We had bump doors so didn't need to drill handles.

No idea about the gooseberries - but we have a tonne.

Bump doors are the easier option. When I measured where I should drill I frustrated my wife be checking and rechecking. Not in vain because I caught an error. One hole had to be enlarged slightly.Thank goodness it was all covered by the handle.